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Grundfos India drives energy efficient solutions


Grundfos Pumps India showcased its optimised flood control and energy efficient water management pumping solutions at the Assam Water Conference 2015. With the focus on efficient management during flooding, the focal theme of the conference was ‘Management of water related disasters – urban and rural.’
Grundfos India showcased its Scada and PLC based solutions for flood control along with its innovative water management pumping solutions such as its solar submersible range of pumps SQFlex & SPFlex and solar surface range of pumps, CR Flex at the conference. The company also featured its Demand Driven Distribution (DDD) system, which is aimed at reducing costs and limit water losses in a 24X7 water distribution system by effective pressure control. The Grundfos controller works with all pump types, offering benefits from energy savings and leakage losses.
Grundfos goes further than most to prevent flooding in a financially and environmentally sustainable way, addressing the key issues of safeguarding people, crops, business, cities and regional infrastructure. Grundfos’ solar submersible range of pumps, SQFlex comes in 10 different sizes which can be used at different locations ensuring high, medium and low water flows at any conditions. These pumps are also fitted with a high energy motor for AC or DC Voltage which makes pump sizing and selection extremely easy. SPFlex range of pumps ensures flexible and sustainable water supply using clean and green energy. These pumps are available from 2.2 kW and are widely used in water supply applications in irrigation, fish farming and livestock.
Grundfos India has installed over 9,000 solar pumps across the country which has immensely helped in improving the socio-economic situation in many towns and rural villages by ensuring regular water supply.

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